Costco-Motivation of Employees

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Two ways Costco keeps their employees motivated. They only hire from within the company expect at the lowest level. One of the biggest ways that Costco keeps their employees motivated is by hiring from within the company. What this means is that when a management position opens up the job is only offered to a current Costco employee. This encourages every employee to work hard at what they do because they never know when they will be considered for a promotion. I believe this would work very well in motivating employees because moving up within the company is a very tangible goal. I believe knowing that higher up positions will eventually be offered to individuals in their position would allow a current employee to do all they could to add to the company and prove their worth everyday.
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  • Spring '13
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  • Management, current Costco employee, peak potential results, ways Costco

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